Tuesday, March 31, 2015

April 2015 Stamp of the Month Bloghop




Welcome to this month's Stamp of the Month Bloghop featuring, "Typed Note".



Prepare to see some wonderful projects using this versatile stamp set.  This month there are 67 CTMH consultants participating in this bloghop.  In each post there will be links to the before and after blogs.  So you may have come to mine via Stefani Ewing's Blog.  When you are ready, just click on Gina Brandstetter's Blog to go to the next one following me. Should you have a problem during this hop you can visit Melinda Everett's Blog for a complete list of the bloghop order.

I have created a birthday card appropriate for a guy.  It was so easy to make.  I stamped the vintage typewriter image on White Daisy cardstock using Sunset Ink Pad and stamped the sentiment with Glacier Ink Pad.  I used the Sunset colored B&T from the new, Blossom Paper Packet and did second generation stamping in Lagoon Ink of the pointed index finger image to make a different pattern.  I stamped the same image with Lagoon Ink Pad in regular stamping on White Daisy.  After I fussy cut it out, I attached a bow from Glacier Extra Thick Twine with a mini Glue Dot.  The whole image was adhered with 3-D tape.  Everything else was attached with EZ Dots tape runner.  I applied our blue sequins from a retired WOTG, but our Lagoon Dots would work nicely.  The base is 4.25" x 5.5" regular card from our Value Pack of cards and envelopes.



The "Typed Note" Stamp set is available only in April of 2015.  You may qualify to purchase it for $5 or pay $17.95 outright on my retail site nancysheart2heart.ctmh.com.  Your own consultant will offer it, too.

Enjoy the rest of the SOTM Bloghop and thanks for stopping by!  Nancy






12 comments:

  1. This is the 2nd card with the twine on this image, super cute

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  2. What a clever ides to use the twine. Great card!

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  3. I love that string on his finger!

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  4. Great card! Love the string on the finger too! And the background stamping of the hand.

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  5. Great card.....hehe, string on the finger.....how awesome.

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  6. I love how you used the hand stamp in the background and to highlight the greeting. Great card.

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  7. Love the subtle background stamping and the fun colours!

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  8. Fun with the twine around the finger

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